The Canadian dollar just fell to $1.40 against the US dollar for the first time since 2004.
Early Friday the Canadian dollar — commonly known as the loonie — pipped $1.40 briefly, marking a new low for a currency that has depreciated all year.
The loonie has weighed down by the decline in the price of oil, which on Friday morning was making new lows as West Texas Intermediate crude oil, the US benchmark, fell to as low as $34.52 a barrel.
Brent crude, the international benchmark, was down to as low as $36.65.
Here’s the latest low in the loonie.
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